Shop Small Business Saturday In Storm Lake
November 24, 2015
Storm Lake is ready for Small Business Saturday on Saturday November 28th!
Small Business Saturday is an event that was started in 2010 by American Express and has officially become a nationwide celebration! Our community has been named a 2015 neighborhood champion to help promote our local businesses. On Saturday November 28th you can join us in Storm Lake for a full day of fun activities for the whole family!
On Saturday morning head to Chautauqua Park to join St. Mary’s Athletic Boosters for their first ever ugly sweater 5k fun run! To register you can contact the boosters by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can register at Chautauqua Park the morning of the race. Grab your ugliest holiday sweater and join the fun beginning at 9am.
Run downtown after the race to buy your Christmas presents from local retailers. Spend $20 at participating stores and be eligible to pop a #ShopSmall balloon filled with local coupons, discounts, and other prizes.
After you shopped until you’ve dropped you can join the crew at Faith, Hope, and Charity beginning at 7:00 pm at Lake Avenue Lounge for a concert with Tony Bohnenkamp. Tickets are just $10 and can be purchased at the door. All proceeds from the concert go to Faith, Hope, and Charity in Storm Lake.
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